Life in Newtown, CT: 55+ Active Adult Communities in Newtown, CT

55+ Active Adult Communities in Newtown, CT

55+ Active Adult Communities in Newtown, CT.  Many people ask us about housing in Newtown that is specifically for 55 and older or active adult.  There are four complexes that fit this need in Newtown and they are:

  1. Regency at Newtown - This is a Toll Brothers complex with units still available.  This complex is located in Sandy Hook near Exit 11 on I-84.  Prices in this carriage home community for active adults are generally in the $400,000's.  There are different unit styles available.
  2. Walnut Tree Village - is located in Sandy Hook close to Exit 10 on I-84.  There are 190 units set on 52 acres and built between 1995 and 2005.  Prices are in the $300,000's. 
  3. The Liberty at Newtown - This complex was built by Ginsberg Development Companies.  There are 96 units in this complex which is located near Exit 9 on I-84.  Price range in the $500,000's.
  4. Woods at Newtown - This complex is also located near Exit 9.  It is currently under construction and when completed will contain a large clubhouse with 1 meal served daily, clubhouse condominiums and luxury townhomes.  There are several floor plans available and prices range from the $300,000's to the $600,000's.
Regency at Newtown, CT Libery at Newtown, CT The Woods at Newtown

The surrounding towns also have 55+ Active Adult Communities.  The largest community with 2,580 units nestled in 1,000 acres is Heritage Village located in Southbury, CT.  Heritage Village is built around a golf course and there are many different styles available in the complex.  Prices range from the $100,000's to the upper $200,000's

If you would like us to send you a list of available units in Newtown's 55+ Active Adult Communities, please email us or call us at (203) 470-9818.

Bob and Richelle Ward, Realtors, Newtown, CT

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